JACKSON HOLE, WY – While sales of Chrysler Group LLC’s Jeep brand in the U.S. are up 23% through November, overseas deliveries have climbed even further, up 27%. A large part of that momentum has come courtesy of the Asia/Pacific region, where hefty year-over-year growth is anticipated for the brand in 2011. Jeep is the auto maker’s designated international marque. “We’ve had good growth in Asia/Pacific this year,” Mike Manley, president and CEO-Jeep, tells Ward’s here at a media event. ...
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